Boxing Machine Description - For those people who love professional Boxing the answer is surely the Boxing Machine! This machine was one of the first popular home Boxing games released for the Nintendo. In this game the player has to punch the punching bag in order to knock the punching bag out of the opponent's reach. The best part about this machine is that you can choose to play either with the computer or with an actual person. For those who are not into professional Boxing, it is best played with the computer, as it is the easiest way to learn the various techniques.
Fire Boxer Boxing Machine- The all new exciting Fire Boxer punching machine from Kalkomats offers players 4 unique boxing games: Speed, Power and Reflex mode, and also Tournament mode (up to 4 players). It features a variety of popular characters like Mickey Rourke, Sylvester Stallone, Rocky Balboa, James Bond and many more. To win these punching games, one needs to punch the punching bag as much as possible within the specified time. In order to beat the opponent, the player needs to score as much points as possible.
Boxing Machine: Dynamic Duo- The dynamic duo offers two unique boxing experiences in one game. In this game, the player has to defend against a pair of fighters who are fiercely determined to hurt the player. To do this, they use various boxing techniques, like throwing a boxing glove, body shots, knee strikes and punches, among others. The player also has a choice to switch between various opponents by selecting a certain character. The player earns money while winning the fight.
Punching Machine: Superstar Deluxe- The all new "Superstar Deluxe" arcade machine by Popcap Games is a tribute to pop culture icons. Popcap Games developed this punching machine for Nintendo Wii, using game mechanics similar to other pop-up fighting games. This boxing arcade machine includes all of the features of the original Superstar series, as well as several unique features not seen on any other punching machines. The result is that it can be played repeatedly without having to replay the entire game.
Boxing Machine: Protector- The latest installment of the Popcap boxing game franchise comes with two unique features not seen on any other boxing game. In the optional dollar bonus mode, players are required to defend against an opponent who attacks with a large sized machine gun. Also, in the regular game mode, players can choose between different opponent styles, including male and female. The player can also opt for a specific opponent style in the non-dollar bonus mode.
Boxing Machine: Protector- This game allows the player to take on different opponents in non-fights, by selecting specific boxer gloves from the selection of clothing available. Selecting gloves causes the screen to shake, as if the opponent is about to throw a wild punch at the player. The boxing machine goes after the selected opponent and attempts to throw him out of a large haywire box on top of a moving truck. The game comes with four different fighter styles, each utilizing a different style of boxing. There is also a "Pro" mode, which increases the difficulty of the game mode, making it more difficult than the "lite" and "regular" modes.
Boxing Machine: Protector- Like the previous games in the series, this one features four different fighters, and is the first game to feature a non-fighting character (the boxer). The boxer here must defend against two sets of attacking machines, while collecting the three required boxing prizes, which are scattered across the various platforms located around the center ring. When either the player or the opponent knocks down a machine, the corresponding prize capsule appears, which sometimes contains a valuable item. When all the capsules are collected, the opponent leaves the ring, and the game is over.
Boxing Machine: Anniversary Pack included with Street fighter was an upgrade to the original version, which allowed for a wider variety of opponent types to appear onscreen. It also featured an extra five bonus rounds, giving the player more chances to score a prize, including items like the rare " heavyweight trophy". An updated Street fighter II version was released for the PlayStation 2, which featured upgraded graphics and sound and an additional round. In this version, there are now two opponent types instead of the previously available neutral ones. The boxing machine has also received a few new features, including an optional dollar bill acceptor, a tutorial mode, and an unlockable fourth fighter.